The Taiyuan Iron & Steel Group Co got national honors on March 28, when the Ministry of Industry and Information declared it a national demonstration company for the integration of informationization and industrialization for 2012.
The 8th Central China Investment and Trade Expo will be held on May 18-20, in Henan province, and Shanxi province has been hard at work in preparing more than 300 investment-attracting projects it can present at the exhibition.
China's regulatory authority has given the green light on preparatory work for a huge coal gasification project in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Shanxi province will invest 12 million yuan ($1.93 million) for comprehensive agricultural development in 2013. The money will be used to continuously support specialized farmers cooperatives and companies leading agriculture industrialization, as well as carry out new cooperative demonstration programs.
Westinghouse Electric UK Holding Co and Taiyuan Heavy Machinery Group will co-establish Taiyuan Heavy Machinery Pyle Nuclear Power Co in Taiyuan, Shanxi province.
Shanxi province has ambitious, important plans for supporting small enterprises, this year, by establishing 10000 small and micro companies for a year-on-year increase of 17 percent. And, it’s looking to increase more than just the number, but also increasing sales and revenues of these enterprises.
The Taiyuan Iron & Steel (Group) Co has announced that it will have several key projects in 2013 to add 157,000 square meters to its green area, the Shanxi Evening Newspaper reported last Sunday.
The Taiyuan municipal customs office, in Shanxi province, reports total imports and exports worth $2.16 billion in the first two months of 2013, for a year-on-year increase of 26.1 percent.
The vice-governor of Shanxi province, Wang Yixin, met with Wang Yilin, the president of China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), on March 12, in the company of Yang Hua, the GM of CNOOC, for in-depth talks on work on a Datong SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) project.
The introduction of new industrial emission standards in China is likely to mean the shutdown of some iron and steel plants this year.